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Deconsecrated church – Cesena, Italy

A deconsecrated church in 1917, the headquarters of DOM Edizioni

Domenico Mula, creative mind behind DOM Edizioni, through his creations, has always created a compromise between classic and contemporary design. He could not have chosen a more suitable venue, a very elegant mansion in the center of Cesena, precisely in Via Isei , obtained from a deconsecrated church with an altar still present.

In perfect harmony between the sacred and the profane, tradition and modernity and that taste of Italian’s a redundant motif in all the creations of the brand, these features are also evident from these singular headquarters.

Church deconsecrated in 1917, designed by skilled artists of the time and inhabited by the Benedictine nuns, has been preserved over the years until its recent refurbishment that has brought back its full splendour.

Altar, presbytery and everything else remained in its place, including frescoes. DOM Edizioni’s customers can admire the latest creations while observing the images of S. Placido, S. Benedict, S. Geltrude Magna or Santa Scolastica and discuss projects in studios set where the choir of nuns stood.

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